Corrado Giustozzi


Information Security Expert

Since 1986 he has been dealing with cryptography and digital data protection, information security governance in complex organizations, digital forensics and computer crimes, cyberterrorism and cyberwarfare, electronic intelligence and counterintelligence, homeland security and protection of critical infrastructure, digital citizenship, privacy and human rights. He is member of the Permanent Stakeholders’ Group at the European Network and Information Security Agency (ENISA).

He is cybersecurity and cybercrime consultant for italian police forces and law-enforcing agencies, official expert of the Criminal Court of Justice of Rome for computer crimes, member of the National Security Observatory at Ce.Mi.S.S. (italian Military Center for Strategic Studies), visiting professor for several italian universities. He is also member of the italian association of science journalists (UGIS), of which he has been founder. You may remember him also as editor-in-chief and columnist at MCMicrocomputer, which between the 1980 and  2000 was at a major italian computer magazine.

Besides cybersecurity, Corrado has strong interests in photography, electronic music, ludolinguistics and mind games.